Susan B. Anthony was a leader of the movement for women's rights who dedicated her life to gaining the right to vote for American women. This one hour biography tells Anthony's story, from her childhood through her rise as an advocate for women's rights. Historians describe her historical context and discuss how her strategies and ideas transformed over time.
Picturing Modern America (PMA) contains interactive exercises designed to: deepen students' understanding of common topics in the study of modern America 1880-1920, build students' skills in analyzing primary sources, especially visual sources, generate questions that students can pursue by searching in American Memory and other sources.
Lessons that align to the following standard: Describe the following Progressive Reforms that resulted from the Industrial Revolution: a) labor unions; b) Women's Suffrage; c) trust busting; d) conservation of natural resources; e) Temperance Movement.